Dr. B.R. Shetty, chairman of U...
India is home to the largest number of children in the world. Nearly every fifth young child in the world lives in India. Various government initiatives have been launched over the years which seek to improve the nutrition status in the country such as Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS), the National Health Mission, Mid-Day Meal Scheme and the National Food Security Mission etc. However, concerns regarding malnutrition have persisted despite improvements over the years.
Dr. BR and CR Shetty Foundation aims to support the accomplishment of sustainable development goals related to nutrition and health through mid-day meal schemes, supplementary nutritional support to pregnant and lactation women, promoting institutional childbirth and providing clean drinking water.
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India with a population of 1.21 billion people stand at the second position as...Learn More
India is home to the largest number of children in the world. Nearly every fifth...Learn More
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We address the most untouched areas of development which aims to empower the rural community in progressing towards self-sustainability, self-respect and healthy family life. The programs are identified and prioritized based on the intensity of the problem and the need of the intervention.Read more
The programs are designed with reasonable justification on the required intervention at the specified area and geography. The problems are identified through a scientific need assessment survey which covers multiple factors of the thematic area.Read more
Dr. BR and CR Shetty foundation will work with grassroot and well reputed organizations that have experience in dealing with health, education, poverty alleviation/malnutrition and community empowerment programs. The implementing partners will be decided on based on their experienceRead more